WARNING

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  1. I had a vision the other day of minorities in New York City bombing and causing massive gun violence on Wall Street in the fall. Perhaps this could be what Michael Vanders is referring to.

    • I am spiritual, not religious although I’m a “believer”. This is not verbatim as I am not THAT crazy with it, but this is the gist:

      The Tower of Babylon; in biblical times, the world collaborated at an unconscious “nWo style” attempt to build a giant tower to heaven, instead of doing good things – they thought this would over rule the need to do good or answer to a higher power or wait for their time.

      The lord, according to a vague summary of this story, became angry and sent his army to destroy the tower, but let them work on it a long while before destroying it.

      The punishment: Borders to nations and different languages as to deter such silliness as the “new wrold order”. THAT my friends, is the warning in this picture.

      Janice may know more and/or correct anything I got wrong, but that’s basically a warning to not dare construct this illuminati “nwo”, stuff.

      • With that, Janice is a light worker through and through and is very senior robe on the others ide (whether she knows it or not). She as a result, is a true subject matter expert on the other side as well as with her abilities; but especially on the higher power. I haven’t seen it here so bad as KTN but it would behoove people in general to take her knowledge more seriously. Janice could elaborate more on this than anyone else I know. Thank You Janice πŸ˜‰

  2. With that, Janice is a light worker through and through and is very senior robe on the others ide (whether she knows it or not). She as a result, is a true subject matter expert on the other side as well as with her abilities; but especially on the higher power. I haven’t seen it here so bad as KTN but it would behoove people in general to take her knowledge more seriously. Janice could elaborate more on this than anyone else I know. Thank You Janice and Michael as well πŸ˜‰

  3. When the tower appears in a reading (tarot) which is where that card came from (the rider waite deck), it means an upheaval, catastrophe, and the breaking down of old structures. It’s a card of great change. I pulled that card myself before the 9/11 attacks. It always now tells me that another terrorist attack is near. Having said that tho, you need certain other cards with it to predict that. Michael, did you do a reading? or was it just a card you picked?.. As that card on it’s own can mean many different things including personal events coming to pass in your own life. It depends on weather you asked a question, or not..

  4. I have been doing some tarot card reading over the last year and the tower seems to pop up most times, I don’t know how or why but i think they work somehow, A spirit told me in the past that they work as well. I must say even though I been told by some one from the other side I still have my reservations and doubts to how well they work, I think we are on the door step of some very big events and the tower card symbolizes this and i think its a warning like a omen

  5. here is something i pulled from Wikipedia about the tower card

    The Tower (Tarot card)
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The Tower in the 1909 Rider-Waite tarot deck.
    The Tower (XVI) (most common modern name) is the 16th trump or Major Arcana card in most cartomancy Tarot decks. It is not used as part of any game.

    History[edit]

    The Belgian Tarot depicts a tree struck by lightning.
    This card follows immediately after The Devil in all Tarots that contain it, and is considered an ill omen by some.[citation needed] Some early, painted decks, such as the Visconti-Sforza tarot, do not contain it.[1] Also, some Tarot variants used for game playing omit it.[2]

    Early printed decks that preserve all their cards do feature The Tower. In these decks the card bears a number of different names and designs. In the Minchiate deck, the image usually shown is of two nude or scantily clad people fleeing the open door of what appears to be a burning building. In some Belgian tarots and the 17th century tarot of Jacques ViΓ©ville, the card is called La Foudre or La Fouldre, (“The Lightning”) and depicts a tree being struck by lightning. In the Tarot of Paris (17th century), the image shown is of the Devil beating his drums, before what appears to be the mouth of Hell; the card still is called La Fouldre. The Tarot of Marseilles merges these two concepts, and depicts a burning tower being struck by lightning or fire from the sky, its top section dislodged and crumbling. Two men are depicted in mid-fall, against a field of multicolored balls.[3] A. E. Waite’s version is based on the Marseilles image, with small tongues of fire in the shape of Hebrew yod letters replacing the balls.[4] (see Tower #1, above right)

    A variety of explanations for the images on the card have been attempted. For example, it may be a reference to the biblical story of the Tower of Babel, where God destroys a tower built by mankind to reach Heaven.[citation needed] Alternatively, the Harrowing of Hell was a frequent subject in late medieval liturgical drama, and Hell could be depicted as a great gate knocked asunder by Jesus Christ, with accompanying pyrotechnics. The Minchiate version of the deck may represent Adam and Eve’s expulsion from the Garden of Eden.[5]

    Divination usage[edit]
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    In this manuscript picture of the Harrowing of Hell, Jesus forces open the fiery tower gate of Hell to free the virtuous dead from Limbo. The enactment of this scene in liturgical drama may be one source of the image of the Tower.

    The destruction of the tower of Babel is depicted in this Bulgarian manuscript.
    The Tower is commonly interpreted as meaning danger, crisis, destruction, and liberation.[6]

    Some frequent keywords used by card readers are:

    Chaos β€” Sudden change β€” Impact β€” Hard times
    Crisis β€” Revelation β€” Disruption β€” Realizing the truth
    Disillusion β€” Crash β€” Burst β€” Uncomfortable experience
    Downfall β€” Ruin β€” Ego blow β€” Explosive transformation
    Upside down
    To be currently in a harsh and chaotic situation but exiting in a good manner. Indeed you are falling but landing with your feet over the soil.
    The same of the normal position but less negative because their incorrect position can block some powers of the card.
    Interpretation[edit]
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    Many differing meanings are attributed to the card:

    To some, it symbolizes failure, ruin and catastrophe.
    To others, the Tower represents the paradigms constructed by the ego, the sum total of all schema that the mind constructs to understand the universe. The Tower is struck by lightning when reality does not conform to expectation.
    Epiphanies, transcendental states of consciousness, and Kundalini experiences[7] may result. In the Triple Goddess Tarot, the card is named “Kundalini Rising”.
    The Tower further symbolizes that moment in trance in which the mind actually changes the direction of the force of attention from alpha condition (pointed mindward) to theta condition (pointed imaginal stageward). A Theta condition (especially in waking versions of theta states) is that moment when information coming into the ego-mind overwhelms external or sensory stimuli, resulting in what might otherwise be called a “vision” or “hallucination.”
    Each card in the Major Arcana is a related to the previous ones. After the self bondage of The Devil, life is self-correcting. Either the querents must make changes in their own lives, or the changes will be made for them.
    The querent may be holding on to false ideas or pretenses; a new approach to thinking about the problem is needed. The querent is advised to think outside the box. The querent is warned that truth may not oblige schema. It may be time for the querent to re-examine belief structures, ideologies, and paradigms they hold to. The card may also point toward seeking education or higher knowledge.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Tower_(Tarot_card)

  6. Interesting and in fact I just did an online tarot reading and the first card I pulled was the tower. I am not really knowledgeable in this but was just curious.

  7. yeah, i’ve been a tarot reader for over 30yrs, and as i said it does represent catastrophe, and great change, upheaval ect, but it all depends on weather you were asking a question concerning yourself, or it was a question relating to a world event. For an accurate prediction you really need to have other cards with it to have a proper answer.

    • oh yeah i forgot something, mike, i just had a look at the card again, and my apologies it’s not from the rider waite deck it’s from the mythic tarot. They still have the same meaning, just different decks. Tarot cards are extremely accurate, they are never wrong, it’s how you interpret them which may be wrong.

      • I had been referring some of my predictions to them some times when doing the tarot so maybe that why the card popd up. I am also learning zener cards atm and about 50% of the time the star is the 1st card to be drawn every time some thing mystic going on there as well

  8. oh good for you! The star is a really positive card, it represents light at the end of a the tunnel in whatever your situation is. It also represents hope and divine guidance, and sometimes divine intervention. it can also represent a holiday that you may be thinking of going on, or will be going on. it’s a beautiful card, especially for relationships as it indicates a time where peace returns after an upheaval or argument in your relationships with others weather it be your partner, friends or relatives. i luv that card πŸ˜‰

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